Caalm Camp offers a beautiful glamping experience with a difference – Original Mongolian Yurts in the beautiful North Dorset countryside. Situated just south of Shaftesbury in Dorset, our former dairy farm enjoys stunning views across the Blackmore Vale, to Duncliffe Woods, Bulbarrow and Hambledon Hill. Caalm Camp has been voted to be the best Glamping Site in the South West by campsites.co.uk
If you’re looking to take time out of your every day busy lives; to sit back and relax, why not consider Felin Geri – the ideal location to get back to basics with both family and friends.
Set across 24 acres of beautiful pasture and woodland, with the river Ceri tumbling through, guests can sleep, walk, fish or cycle without leaving the stunning valley.
Settle into one of our beautiful safari tents on arrival. For those concerned about camping, fear not. Yes you are under canvas, but this is glamping, not camping and our tents offer the height of luxury, with every detail lovingly thought out. From superb 400 thread count linen on comfortable beds, to your own shower and loo - with hot water, we guarantee a home from home.
Timeless holidays in the heart of the Peak District -an unforgettable experience.
Welcome to our hill sheep farm, situated above the River Dove near Milldale.
Beautifully positioned on the edge of a small woodland are two traditional shepherd’s huts, with views of the hills and countryside peeking through the trees.
Our huts have been named after our sheep dogs, Lily are dog friendly shepherd hut and Fern.
Each hut is carefully presented complete with wood burning stoves to make them cosy and inviting even on the wet and coldest days. A double bed with pretty linens, lanterns and fairy lights to create subtle lighting and atmosphere.
Hill View Farm is a working farm situated on the outskirts of Bicester, on the Buckinghamshire/Oxfordshire border.
At Hill View we enjoy fabulous views across the Aylesbury Vale and provide high quality bed and breakfast accommodation for the Bicester area together with glamping in our shepherd’s hut. Whilst situated in a tranquil location there is nearby access to Junction 9 of the M40 which together with the main line railway brings London within a 45 minute journey by train or 1 hour by car. Cycle route 51 is very close by and a totem pole style marker is positioned on the roadside at the boundary of our farm so we are also perfectly situated for a few nights stay if cycling this route.
Village Farm Getaway is a unique glamping experience, located on a delightful family run dairy farm. It offers time away from the busyness of life whilst making a change from the conventional Bed and Breakfasts and self catering accommodation.
Two luxury safari tents with stunning views across the Leicestershire countryside provide ideal environment for families, friends and couples to unwind, relax and spend quality time together. With a working farm within walking distance, guests have the chance to feed our calves, collect some eggs for breakfast from our hens and have a tour around the farm.
Brits love dogs - it’s a fact. Now four-legged friends are being invited on dog-friendly glamping breaks with their owners at Dog Days Holidays in South Wales for their own little bit of luxury.
Sue and Roger Edwards set up Raven’s Retreat, a glamping shepherd hut retreat for people with dogs, two years ago as their Dog Days Holidays accommodation.
Sue says: ‘Glamping was an option to give everyone, dogs included, an outdoor break with a great deal of comfort, which is why we decided to have dog-friendly facilities both inside and attached to the accommodation. Living in Powys, where there are more sheep than people, it seemed appropriate to choose a shepherd’s hut!’
A glamper will never look back once their head has been turned by a spot of glamorous camping! It’s the perfect solution for those of us who delight in the outdoors but can’t face sleeping on a cold hard mat - not to mention that dreaded trudge to the shower block in the morning…
You can pack up your rucksack and get close to nature once more now that endless options for ‘glamorous camping’ have come to the fore.
From eco pods and yurts to tipis and shepherds huts, there are so many ways to make your glamping experience a special one.
Dog lovers are aware that dogs aren’t always welcome on family holidays, but Daisy Meadows Glamping in Devon is different, welcoming dogs as special guests with its Happy Hounds Doggy Day Crèche.
Tina Walters, who has run Daisy Meadows since 2013, is a dog lover who knows how difficult it can be for dog owners to get away on a break. That’s why she set up her doggy day crèche at Daisy Meadows, a safari tent glamping site near the Blackdown Hill’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Devon.
Glamping is fast becoming the perfect way for families to reconnect with each other and experience the great outdoors. Home Farm Glamping, based near Elstree, has three yurts and nine bell tents on site, bbqs and campfires next to each tent, fine dining options, open air yoga classes and acres of land and forest for the kids to explore.
In the depths of winter we all long for those halcyon, warm days of holidays.
Find out how one glamping site in rural Wales has used innovative renewable technology to provide warmth to its guests all year round, minus the high heating prices and servicing costs, and gets a nice return through a Government incentive on the side.
The Phillips’ run www.thesecretyurts.co.uk, a holiday business in the heart of the Welsh countryside
Glamping is a truly sustainable experience - the carbon footprint is minimal and getting back to nature makes for a memorable experience.
The UK has a number of high quality destinations in beautiful locations and this guide from Green Tourism - the go-to standard in sustainability working with tourist destinations across the UK - gives you top tips on choosing a truly green glamping site.